How to Thrive When You're Working From Home Permanently
The great working-from-home experiment that the COVID-19 pandemic created seems to have been a success for many companies—a recent Price Waterhouse Cooper survey of employers and employees have found that the vast majority felt it was a success—with many pointing to the fact that they achieved the same or better performance from their employees over this year apart.
While some companies have started to slowly bring their staffers back, others are opting to make remote work permanent for everyone—or at least allow a lot more flexibility for their employees to choose where they work.
That means that you might want to look at what's working with your setup now—and what might need changing if this is going to be an everyday (or even just twice-a-week) way to work. If you'll be continuing to work from home at least part-time for the foreseeable future, here's how to make it easier for you.